Which Boat Would You Like to Ride In for the Day Graphic Organizer
In this opinion T-chart graphic organizer worksheet, students decide whether they would rather ride in a speed boat or a sail boat for a day. There are no directions given with the page that includes clip art of a speed boat and a sail boat.
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